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in the lower 48 states by the early 1900s. bruce babbitt was president clinton's secretary of the interior. he was instrumental in returning wolves to yellowstone. [bruce babbitt] it was a statement that says, there's room for grazing on the western landscape, but ranchers do not have a right to cleanse the landscape of all other forms of wildlife that, in any way, interfere with cattle and sheep. [narrator] martin davis runs a ranch near the banks of the yellowstone river. the ranch has been in his family for 45 years. the land is worth significant money; probably far more than can ever be made from ranching. it's a life he is reluctant to give up. [martin davis] the decision is being made elsewhere, be it east coast-washington, or wherever, and it's just like the gators down in florida. i know nothing about gators, why should i tell floridians what to do with their gators, and it's the same thing here. why should someone out of our neck of the woods be telling us what we do with our country here? [narrator] for some, the return of wolves symbolized wilderness and an animal that rightly belon
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